In the Church we come across bishops who are best, priests who are priceless and laity who are laudable. At the same time there are also bishops who are burdensome, pastors who are troublesome and laity who are lazy and lifeless. The lay faithful are shaken and shocked, saddened and scandalized by their pastors especially a parish priest who turns a pedophile or siphons out money. When he does so, there is no other option for the bishop than removing him from his office. Being a theme which touches the very ministry and identity of a pastor it is important and the need of the hour to do a research in this almost untouched area. This work is divided into four chapters dealing with the reasons for the removal, the administrative removal and the procedure of recourse against the decree of removal. It would be beneficial to the readers especially to the pastors and the bishops, the advocates or the personnel involved in administrative and judicial matters and even lay faithful to understand the manner of procedure in the removal and recourse, the duties and the rights involved therein and assist those involved in a conflict situation.